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Here's what happened when a teacher asked preschoolers what she should name her baby

Let’s just say she’s now spoiled for choice.

EXPECTING A BABY? Here’s why you should always ask four-year-olds for advice on what to name your little one.

Yesterday, Reddit user Megpie_01 wrote that her cousin, who works as a preschool teacher and is expecting a baby, solicited suggestions from her class about what she should name her child.

And let’s just say she ended up being spoiled for choice.

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Let’s take a closer look, shall we?

This is my son Dog.


We are so pleased to announce the arrival of our little bundle of joy, Strawberry.


What’s my name? Eh, Grandma Murphy. No, I am not joking.


Potato, come in for your dinner.


“Who’s that?” “Oh, that’s my baby Mama.” “Your baby mama?” “It’s not what it sounds like.”


Hi, this is Balloon. I can’t come to the phone right now, so please leave your message after the beep.


Take this seriously, Garrett.


Shout out to Karch, who couldn’t be arsed participating in the exercise.


We’re rooting for “Grandma” tbh.

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